Dallas >Texas Massage Institute
GOOD LUCK TALKING TO A MANAGER. the people are completely rude and have no respect for people looking into attending their school. For 2 days, I called and left my name and number inquiring about classes and they never returned my phone calls. I called on the 2nd day asking to speak to someone in charge and the man on the phone hung up on me. when i called back 3 more times, he did not even say a greeting but just hung up. i called a different location and come to find out all the numbers were tired together. the lady i spoke to gave me a fake name, fake corporate number, and hung up on me several times as well. when she finally answered the last time, she forwarded me to man that i origianally spoke with and i could hear her laughing in the background. IF YOU WANT TO GO TO A REAL SCHOOL THAT SHOWS MORE RESPECT AND PROFESSIONALISM, I SUGGEST HANDS ON THERAPY IN MESQUITE!!! AVOID JOSPEH AND DESIRE WHO ANSWER THE PHONES
Save money by letting students and graduates practice Swedish massage skills..
The feel is classroom-oriented at this massage school, with a low-lit communal room filled with 15 curtain-separated tables. Soft music plays and only whispers are allowed during massages. There's privacy to undress and lie down, but the session is open to instructors to observe. Swedish massage is the standard; 55 minutes costs $30. Massages from graduates cost more ($40), but may incorporate other techniques like deep tissue or craniosacral massage. Students solicit feedback.
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